Social Security Disability Benefits: We Handle Both Applications & Appeals

Do You Need to Apply for Benefits? We’ve Been Representing Claimants Before the SSA for Decades

There are many reasons why you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Not only are there a multitude of both physical and mental impairments that may qualify you to receive benefits, but there are also different types of disability benefits, and you may be more qualified for one over the other.

If this sounds confusing, it doesn’t have to be. Our attorneys have over 40 years combined experience representing applicants before the Social Security Administration, and we know what it takes to receive a favorable judgment. Prove that you’re sufficiently disabled can be a difficult task, especially for certain conditions such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, or fibromyalgia. However, we’ve spent years advocating for claimants’ rights, and we know how to present a compelling and effective argument on your behalf. Learn more about how we handle Social Security disability claims here.

Has Your Application Been Denied? We Also Handle Social Security Disability Appeals

Did you know that two thirds of initial Social Security disability applications are denied? Sometimes it’s as simple as a typo on your application, or perhaps you didn’t include a particular required piece of documentation. You may be well-qualified to receive Social Security disability benefits, but still have your application denied on one of these “technical grounds”.

You are allowed to appeal the decision and reapply; however, the initial application process can already take months. An appeal will delay the process even further. If you’re not able to work, how are you supposed to help support your family throughout this process?

Don’t leave your disability benefits and your livelihood to chance, call the experienced attorneys of Cuddigan Law to represent you during your appeals process. If your disability application has been denied, don’t delay. There is a limited window during which you’re able to file an appeal, but we’re standing by to begin helping you today.

We have offices in Omaha and Lincoln, and serve Nebraska and the Council Bluffs, Iowa area. To start your Social Security disability application or appeals process, give us a call today at 402-933-5405.

Sean D. Cuddigan
SSA and VA Disability Attorney in Omaha, Nebraska